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The Thames Discovery Programme (TDP) is a community
archaeology project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and SAVE THE DATE!
managed by the Thames Estuary Partnership, with support from
the Thames Explorer Trust, English Heritage, the Museum of Festival of British Archaeology
London and UCL.! The TDP
aims to communicate an 2010
understanding and informed
enjoyment of the historic
Thames to the widest
possible audience - and we
hope that you will want to get
involved!! This Summer issue
is packed with information
about the latest TDP!
activities, and the Festival of This year the Festival of British
British Archaeology in July.! Archaeology celebrates 20 years of
heritage events for everyone.!
Find out more inside about:
• Latest News Each year the Festival showcases the
very best of British archaeology, by
• Forthcoming Events
presenting hundreds of special events
• Riverpedia organised and held by museums, local
• FROG Photography societies, national and countryside parks,
Project MOLA Geomantics at work universities, and heritage organisations
• TDP T-shirts across the UK. The Festival presents
" " everyone the opportunity to learn about
If you have any questions, or would like to find out more about their local heritage, to see archaeology in
the Thames Discovery Programme, please get in touch: action, and to get involved.
enquiries@thamesdiscovery.org
0207 679 0540 Events ranging from excavation open days
and behind-the-scenes tours to family fun
We hope to see you on the foreshore soon! days, hands-on activities, guided walks,
talks and finds identification workshops
take place all over the UK during this
Lorna Richardson
special fortnight.
Archaeology Outreach Officer
The 2010 FoBA runs from 17th July -
1st August, and there are a huge
number of archaeological activities in
the Greater London area suitable for
everyone. ! You can find out more on
the FoBA website:
http://festival.britarch.ac.uk/

The Thames Discovery Programme will be


undertaking a number of activities based
on the archaeology of the foreshore during
this fortnight, including talks,
demonstrations and fun days out for all the
family along the river Thames.
Photos by Nathalie Cohen Please join us!
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What is the FROG?
FROG stands for the Foreshore Recording & Observation Group. The FROG is made up of volunteers who have been trained by
the Thames Discovery Programme staff. The training covers archaeological recording techniques and, most importantly, health &
safety on the foreshore. The FROG is London-wide, open to everyone and you don#t need any previous experience of archaeology
to join in. The group is made up of people from all walks of life that share a passion for the river and its archaeology, and is not
affiliated to any other archaeological organisation, particular area or specific period of history.

What does the FROG do?

The FROG helps the TDP to monitor each of the 20 archaeological sites that the project is recording on the Thames foreshore. This
monitoring work will carry on during the lifetime of the Thames Discovery Programme and beyond. The FROG work with the TDP
staff during the Summer Season of fieldwork, organise trips and events on the foreshore, and have access to exclusive FROG
workshops and activities.
Photo by Nathalie Cohen

Photo by Mike Webber

Health and Safety

We have very strict Health and Safety requirements, and all FROG group members are covered by Thames Discovery Programme
insurance and foreshore permits during their FROG visits – this will not be the case if you “go it alone”.

When are the next training dates?

We don#t have any training dates confirmed at present. However, if you would like to register your interest in future FROG training
events during 2010 – 2011, please email enquiries@thamesdiscovery.org or call 0207 679 0540, to request an application form.

How else can I get involved if I am not yet a FROG member?

We hold a number of foreshore walks, archaeology discovery days, object handling sessions and seminars with guest speakers
throughout the year, alongside activities at other museums and venues in Greater London. Other organisations in the London area
also have Thames-related events, and we try and advertise as many of these on our website as we can. The Creekside Centre and
the Thames Explorer Trust organise a regular programme of river walks with an archaeological theme. You can find out what#s on in
the London area by keeping a close eye on the events page of our website, which is updated weekly (www.thamesdiscovery.org).
Everyone is welcome to our public events, most events are free of charge, and no previous knowledge of archaeology or history is
required!
The Thames Discovery Programme is supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund
and managed by the Thames Estuary Partnership with support from the Thames Explorer Trust
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FROG Fieldwork Summer Season 2010

For those of you that are FROG-trained, don#t forget that you can join in with this year#s fieldwork as we expand our key
sites and consolidate what we already know. ALL FROG members welcome to ALL sites!! You can do as many or as few
days as you can manage, from a single day to the whole summer…

These sessions are only open to FROG members who have completed both Days 1 and 2 of their FROG training. If
you would like to book any of these dates, please email Eliott Wragg, the TDP Field Officer
(e.wragg@thamesdiscovery.org) or call Eliott on 07917 758 818.

If you need to complete your Day 2 training to become a certified FROG, there are opportunities for you to do so on the
following dates: 14th & 15th August at Greenwich, 28th & 29th August at Strand-on-the-Green/Kew and the 25th & 26th
September at Rotherhithe. Please contact Eliott for further information.

The dates for the fieldwork Summer Season are as


follows:
July: Tower of London
Monday 12th " 0800-1200
Tuesday 13th "" 0820-1220
Wednesday 14th!! " 0900-1300
Thursday 15th!!" 0950-1350
Friday 16th!! " " 1030-1430

August: Greenwich, Old Naval College


Wednesday 11th " 0745-1145
Thursday 12th " 0845-1245
Friday 13th " " 0915-1315
Saturday 14th " 1000-1400
Sunday 15th "" 1030-1430
Monday 16th "" 1100-1500

Late August: Strand-on-The-Green/Kew


Monday 23rd "" 0800-1200
Tuesday 24th "" 0900-1300
Wednesday 25th " 0930-1330
Thursday 26th " 1000-1400
Friday 27th " " 1030-1430
Saturday 28th " 1100-1500
Sunday 29th " " 1130-1530

September: Woolwich
Thursday 9th " 0730-1130 Photos by
Friday 10th " " 0800-1200
Late September: Rotherhithe Nathalie Cohen
Saturday 11th " 0845-1245
Sunday 12th "" 0930-1330 Saturday 25th " 0800-1200
Sunday 26th "" 0830-1230
Monday 13th " 1000-1400 Monday 27th " 0900-1300
Tuesday 14th " 1015-1415 Tuesday 28th " 0930-1330
Wednesday 29th " 0945-1345

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FROG News SAVE THE DATE!

The Foreshore Bibliography Archaeology Weekend

At the Tower of London


Sat 17th & Sun 18th July, 10am – 4pm
Part of the festival of British Archaeology

The City of London Archaeological Society


(COLAS), featuring the Thames Discovery
Programme, celebrates $Fun on the
Foreshore# with two days of free events and
activities at HM Tower of London, including a
rare opportunity to visit Tower Beach.

COLAS stands include museum-quality


artefacts and handling collections, as well as
Foreshore at Greenwich by Lorna Richardson replicas, activities and games, covering
everything from bones and burials, through
Could you help us to compile a list of publications that have shoes and coins, to exploring a spoil heap,
information about the Thames foreshore for future reference making a mosaic and dressing-up as a
and can be made available on the Riverpedia part of the Roman Londoner.
website?
If you know of any printed articles, books (whole or parts of), Activities are held in the open space
between Tower Moat and the river wall,
journals, conference papers, reports or unpublished material
between 11:00 and 16:00 each day.
that relates directly to the features found on the foreshore,
please let us know what they are, giving full details, including: HM Tower of London and Thames21 will
enable access to Tower Beach (weather and
• Title (of book or article) environmental conditions permitting),
• Author between 12:00 and 14:00 on Saturday, and
• Date of publication 12:30 and 14:30 on Sunday, with a team of
• Journal (if an article) environmentalists and archaeologists to
• Page numbers answer questions and identify finds; please
• Content (up to 50 words to describe the feature being visit www.hrp.org.uk to confirm access
discussed) times.
• Which foreshore zone
• Which feature number (if known - we can work this out later) Sturdy footwear is recommended, a
• Where a copy of this publication is held - most will be in the plastic bag and wet wipes may come in
handy, metal detectors are strictly
British Library, but it will be useful to know if local libraries prohibited!
have copies too.

There might also be other material such as sound guides or


videos that you think may have important information for
future researchers - please send us a note of these too.! Photo by
Nathalie
Please contact Dr Sue Harrington with your contributions:
Cohen
s.harrington@ucl.ac.uk or call 0207 679 0540.

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FROG member Luke
Hands-on Thames Finds at the
Whitelaw made this
piscine discovery Museum of London
whilst on the
Part of the Festival of British Archaeology
foreshore with the
Bermondsey Saturday 24th & Sunday 25th July
FROG - can you
identify the fish 11.45–12.30pm, 1.45-2.30pm &
in question? 3.45-4.30pm. Try sorting and identifying
objects found on the foreshore in this
interactive activity run by the Thames
Discovery Programme.

Events free but bookable in advance


with the Museum of London Box Office:
020 7001 9844.
Photos by Peter
Baistow, Bermondsey You can also find out more on the
FROG Champion Museum of London website:
www.museumoflondon.org.uk

Museum Visit

The curator of the Thames River Police Museum on


Wapping High Street, E1W 2NE, has kindly offered
to give a guided tour of the collection to the TDP
from 2pm - 4pm on Saturday 7th August.!

The Thames River Police Museum is open by


appointment only, and this is a rare chance to visit
the museum and meet the curator, a former river
policeman.!

Numbers are restricted to 20 people.!

If you would like to join this tour, please call


Lorna on 0207 679 0540 or email
l.richardson@thamesdiscovery.org
River Police rowing a skiff near
Tower Bridge, 1890’s - Photos from
National Maritime Museum Flickr

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RIVERPEDIA SAVE THE DATE!
The Riverpedia project is a community research initiative Family Fun in West London!
developed as part of the Thames Discovery Programme,
and is supported by the Public Engagement Unit at
University College London.! To find out more about the
current research themes for the Riverpedia project, and
how to get involved, please visit our website:
www.thamesdiscovery.org/riverpedia

Join the the Thames Explorer Trust


www.thames-explorer.org.uk
on a boat trip and nature safari in West
London from 11am – 1pm.

Meet at Richmond Landing Stage

on the following dates:

Friday 30th July


Thursday 5th August
Wednesday 11th August
Tuesday 17th August

Bookings

To reserve a place, please call the


Thames Explorer Trust on 0208 742 0057.
The cost is £3.50 per person. Come
prepared for rain and sun!

Thames at War Workshop May 2010 - These events are funded by Hampton
Fuel Allotment Charity, London Borough of
Nathalie Cohen
Richmond, Capital Radio#s Help a London
Child & BAA Heathrow Community &
Environment Awards.

Maritime Communities

The SS Great Eastern, the world's first modern ocean liner, was built in Millwall from 1854-7. It was designed by
Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It was the largest such vessel in the world when launched in January1858, being 211m
long, with a beam of 25m, and a gross tonnage of 18,915. Its hull was made of iron, and it was powered by two
massive paddle wheels propelled by coal-fired steam engines. In addition, it had six masts (named Monday-
Saturday) for auxillary sail. It was designed to carry up to 4,000 passengers and sufficient coal to take the ship as far
as Australia without refuelling.! Although financial problems and a series of unfortunate accidents mar the later history
of this great ship, she nevertheless made several fast transatlantic crossings and also laid a telegraph cable right
across the Atlantic seabed in 1865, a major achievement that pioneered a new era of! electronic communications.

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Regrettably, the ship was broken up in 1890, after a long and eventful life. Isambard Kingdom Brunel died in 1859. He
was a man who was ahead of his time, as was his Great Ship. Surely now, 150 years later, the true significance of his
final visionary project can be recognised and commemorated in a permanent form here in London?

Ship-Shaped Park

We propose that a ship-shaped public open-space be laid out some 200m long and 25m wide on the actual
construction site of the 'Great Eastern'. On the landward (port) side of this 'ship-park' visitors will be able to see the!
remains of one of the timber-built slipways upon which the vessel sat during its construction and launch. Down on the
foreshore beyond the modern river wall that marks the proposed starboard side of the 'ship-park', are further remains of
the launch slips, although these can only be seen at low tide. These
features were recorded by the Thames Discovery Programme team
in 2010.
The proposed 'Ship-Park' site already sits over a public open
space, currently called 'Maritime Quay', and thus would only require
landscaping (rather than demolition!) to achieve the required 'ship-
shape'. The outline of the top deck will be marked out, from bow to
stern. Representations of the five funnels (perhaps using trees?)
and six masts will then be set up along the centre line of the 'ship-
park', with information boards and seating reflecting the deck layout
of the great passenger liner.
The upper half of the two circular paddle-wheel housings will also
be erected 2m above the river wall. The arched upper section of the
port paddle-wheel housing will incorporate a life-sized image of the
vessel's designer, standing next to the Great Eastern's chainwork.
The river wall itself would be treated to enhance the profile of the
'Ship-Park', by defining the line of the bow and the stern, as well
incorporating the large 17m diameter starboard paddle-wheel.
In this way, both the great ship and the great engineer will be commemorated. The profile of the re-created ship, with its
masts, funnels and paddle-wheels, will be distinctive enough to be seen from across the river as the original hull was
during its construction in the 1850s. Our proposed new 'Ship-Park' will be a Monument to Millwall, as well as a new
Landmark for London.
A group is being set up to help facilitate the planning and fund-raising for this project, in close collaboration with the
Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue, Rotherhithe. For further information please contact:

Robert Hulse
Museum Director
The Brunel Museum, Railway Avenue, Rotherhithe
London! SE16 4LF
Robert.Hulse@brunel-museum.org.uk 020 7231 3840

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RIVERPEDIA SAVE THE DATE!

Wartime Damage on London"s River Site Visit!!


The Thames Discovery Programme has
been offered the opportunity to visit the
site of London#s first purpose built
playhouse on July 29th at 10.00am.

Called The Theatre, it was built in 1576 by


James Burbage in Shoreditch;
Shakespeare wrote and performed at The
Theatre between 1594-7 and Romeo and
Juliet was almost certainly premiered
there.

In 1597 following a disagreement between


the Burbages and their landlord, the
German bomber flying over the Isle of wooden structure was dismantled and
Dogs during The Battle of Britain, 1940 taken south of the river to become part of
The Globe theatre.
On Saturday 22nd May the Thames Discovery Programme#s
Riverpedia project hosted a one-day workshop at the Museum of London Archaeology are
Environment Institute, UCL, titled “The Thames at War” , one of currently excavating at the site prior to
redevelopment; The Tower Theatre
the main project research themes this year. The attendees were
Company, one of London#s leading non-
treated to a series of informative presentations in the morning professional theatre organisations, are
and the choice of three workshops in the afternoon.! One of these planning to create a 21st century
workshops covered the important, but little known, work of the equivalent of the original theatre, a no
Thames Flood Defence Unit. frills, hardworking place of entertainment.

Places are limited, so please get in


During the Blitz, the docks, the riverside warehouses and the
touch with Nathalie to book:
neighbouring communities were very heavily bombed. There was n.cohen@thamesdiscovery.org
also a serious danger of flooding if breaches in the river wall were 0207 6790540
not repaired quickly and well. To ensure that low-lying areas of
London were not inundated by the river at night time during the
Blitz, a special rapid-response unit was set up by the London
County Council (LCC). This was called the Thames Flood
Prevention Emergency Repairs team, or 'TF' (Thames Flood) for
short. They had four depots across London, in Southwark,
Greenwich, Battersea and the Isle of Dogs. Each depot had an
office and mess rooms, an air-raid shelter, and a vast store of
sand-bags, timber and tarpaulins, as well as two lorries, all
secured behind a strong fence or hoarding.! The TDP are
studying the vital work of this organisation, and we would be
delighted to hear from anybody with information on the TF Depot,
or who has recollections of it, or maybe even a photograph from
the 1940s.!
16th century pottery found at The
To find out more please email riverpedia@thamesdiscovery.org or Theatre site - Photo by Andy Chopping
call 0207 679 0540.
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Teddington Lock in Wartime Archaeology Family Day

On Sunday 1st August, as part of the Festival


of British Archaeology, the TDP will be at
beautiful Hall Place in Bexley as part of a day
of archaeology activities for families. As well
as running drop-in finds identification sessions,
The aim of this area of research is “to record London's war as we#ll also be joined by Su Leaver, from the
seen from the Thames by those who worked by or on the river". Museum of London, who will be running
As part of this work, research is being undertaken to reveal the workshops in Roman lampmaking.
history and effects of bombing raids (including V1 and V2
For further information about the day,
rockets) directly on the River Thames upstream of the old LCC please call 01322 526574.
area – particularly around Teddington Lock. FROG member, and
Hall Place lies around 3 miles south of the
Thames at War researcher Stewart Dickson explains, River Thames, and there is a connection with
“Teddington Lock is the highest point the tidal Thames reaches the main channel via the tributaries of the
so its breach or destruction would have had a sizeable effect River Darent and the River Cray, which runs
downstream.” He continues, “There is no direct evidence that through the grounds. The original stone
the lock itself was specifically targeted - unlike raids directed at building was built in 1537 for Sir John
the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) - and it is believed that Champneis, Lord Mayor of London, and a
secondary phase of building has been
reports of attempts on this target would have been suppressed assigned to the late 16th century. A
by the government.” However, there is uncorroborated considerable amount of re-used medieval
anecdotal evidence that the Lock did suffer the effects of masonry has been incorporated in the 16th
bombing – either as a target or accidentally due to its proximity century building, suggesting that this stone
to both the NPL in Teddington and the Hawker factory in originally derived from a religious house,
16th Century
demolished during the Dissolution. A brick
Kingston.!
building added to the south, ispottery found
dated to the mid
17th century. Renovations continued to be
To aid the Thames at War Project research, Stewart would made to the fabric of the buildingat the the
through
would be interested to hear from anyone who has (or knows 18th and early 19th centuries,Theatre siteof-
in the form
someone who has) memories or information about when the window and door replacements and alterations
raids were, what damage was done, what damage (or repairs) to the drainage. The house was photo by to
adapted
are still visible and what was the impact on and reaction of the suit a variety of uses, Andy Chopping
including
accommodation for World War II military
local population. personnel, a girls# school and for its present
use as the Bexley Heritage Centre.
Please get in touch with Stewart directly:
stewart.dickson@hotmail.co.uk. More information about this event & Bexley
Heritage Centre can be found here: http://
www.hallplace.com/

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FROG Photography Project

The FROG photography project began in June 2010,


and offers the opportunity for FROG volunteers to work
with Peter Kyte, FROG member, photographer and
adult education tutor, and learn more about digital
photography, how to photograph the river and foreshore
and process your work in Photoshop. You don't need
any previous experience, you don't need a digital
camera, and there is support all the way! A selection of
the images produced during the project will form part of
the Thames Discovery Programme exhibition to be
launched at the 'Discover Greenwich' site in the Old
Royal Naval College, Greenwich in September 2010.
You can see some of the images produced by the
participants in this newsletter.

Themes For the Project:

• FROGs at work/TDP activities


• Archaeological/Historical Context
• River Vistas/Urban Settings
• Maritime Life (river traffic, mudlarking, fishing etc.)
• The Thames at night and at dusk

We're also interested in your images from the river &


foreshore taken outside these safari times - so if you
are a FROG member and you can't make our dates ,
you can still join in! Please contact Peter for more
information.

Safari Dates for Your Diaries:

24th July @ 11am & 7pm Meeting outside Tower Hill


tube station. Opportunity to photo river vistas, urban
settings & TDP activities

25th July @ 11am meeting at north end of Photo by Peter Kyte


Millennium Bridge. River vistas, urban settings and
maritime life session About Peter Kyte

24th August @ location tbc Peter is a practising urban and arts photographer
and   is also a town planner. His photography
celebrates all that makes up the urban
11th September @ location tbc environment. Between planning jobs he works in the
museum and community projects sector, focussing
Photoshop workshops will be held in July & August on creative photography, workshops, walks
(dates to be confirmed) and imagery input into learning programmes. He is
now supporting the TDP   by providing a series of
unique FROG photography walks and workshops
If you are interested, please get in touch with suitable for all levels of photographic experience. 
Peter: pdk@fotog.info
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SAVE THE DATE! Discover Greenwich


Family Archaeology Workshop – Treasure of the Thames
10:00 - 12:30
with the Thames Explorer Trust

Learn how to sort and identify archaeological objects on the


foreshore of the River Thames in this hands-on session led by the
Thames Explorer Trust.

Please bring Wellington boots/suitable footwear.


£6 per adult, £4 per child. Suitable for children 7+. Limited spaces,
booking essential.
Discover Greenwich 14th August 2010
To book for any of these activities please call 020 8269 4799 or
for further information visit the Discover Greenwich website:
Join the Thames Discovery Programme
www.oldroyalnavalcollege.org
and the Thames Explorer Trust for
archaeological activities on the foreshore
at Greenwich, and then don#t forget to pay
a visit to the Discover Greenwich Visitor Guided Foreshore Walk
Centre with its permanent exhibition,
Tourist Information Centre and The Old Join the City of London Archaeological Society
Brewery café, bar and restaurant. ! Find for a guided walk of the Wapping foreshore
out more about the site#s grand
architecture and explore over 500 years of Monday 30 August 2010
history.
!11:15 am. Meet at Wapping Old Stairs / The Town
Discover Greenwich is free and is open of Ramsgate PH, 62 Wapping High St. E1W 2PN.
daily from 10.00 to 17.00. !11.30am. Depart, proceeding eastward. NB. Punctuality is
important, as there is no half-way point to join; the Police Station
Explore the Foreshore Stairs are completely non-functional at present.
! The low tide (1.1m) is forecast for 12:06pm
Adult Archaeology Walk and Talk
! 1.30pm. Expected arrival at New Crane Stairs, and debrief in the
Captain Kidd PH.
10:30am - 11:30am with the TDP
11:30am - 12:30pm with the TDP
Sturdy footwear is necessary.
Discover London#s largest open-air
If anyone cannot find the initial rendezvous or finds themselves
archaeological site, the foreshore of the
delayed, they can contact the organizer on the CoLAS phone no:
River Thames. Join a led walk and talk of
07964 694128 [on the morning of the walk only].
the Thames foreshore by the Thames
The walk will proceed in case of drizzle, but the foreshore walk may
Discovery Programme and learn how to
be called off if conditions are too inclement. CoLAS will be at the
identify archaeological objects and discuss
meeting point regardless of the weather forecast; if conditions are
your finds.
too dire, we will substitute with a stroll via the streets.
Please bring Wellington boots/suitable
Numbers are limited, and places can be booked through the
footwear.
events page of the TDP website:
£5 per adult. Suitable for adults 16+.
www.thamesdiscovery.org/events
Limited spaces, booking essential:
020 8269 4799

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Discovery Programme
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